Frozen Themed Nightlight
Do you have a Frozen fan in your house? I’m sure you know we are HUGE fans of Frozen, too! If you do have a Frozen fan, why not light up the night with this Frozen themed nightlight? This Frozen themed nightlight is so easy to craft, and it would be great as an addition to your holiday decorating as it can stay up all winter long. Made from a few easy to find craft supplies, this nightlight is something you can make yourself in just minutes. Take a peek below at how to get started!
Before you get started, here are a few quid pro quos: As with anytime you use twinkle lights, unplug your nightlight when not in use. Use LED lights as they put off less heat. Do not leave it plugged in while not in the room, and don’t leave plugged in overnight. This is not a nightlight as in something to plug in the wall to keep the bedbugs away. This is more of a decoration. This Roller Coaster Called Life is not an electrician and is not responsible for any issues caused by making this nightlight.
- Large mason jar
- Cotton or cotton batting
- Blue twinkle lights (Walmart)
- Assorted snow flake buttons, beads, and cut outs (Hobby Lobby)
- Blue ribbon
- Begin by winding the blue twinkle lights through the cotton. You want them to look like they were caught up in a flurry of snow!
- Tuck the cotton wrapped lights into the jar. Pack them in loosely as you don’t want them to be too tight.
- Now, add the snowflakes. We used various beads, buttons, and cut outs in snowflake shapes. Just tuck them down into the sides of the jar, so they can be easily seen through the glass.
- Finish the jar by adding a length of blue ribbon around the mouth. This adds the perfect final touch. Don’t place the lid on the jar, leave it open. You don’t want to trap heat in.
Now all you need to do is plug in the blue twinkle lights. You will see them shine through the snow to create a cool effect! Are you ready to make your own Frozen themed nightlight?